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It seems like jams tab doesn’t include feature for searching jams using names, as it is for searching games. It would be useful for searching game jams, where such game jam is exclusively for some game framework, or if it is a part of “game jam chain”.
I managed to run this game on Linux using wine. I didn’t see any issue or error or permanence issues. How did I run it with wine? I use “lutris” - a game launcher, you can add custom games to it, and (if specified) can run windows games on Linux using wine with just few clicks.
I like the game, but sadly I couldn’t play it: it require win32api library, but it impossible to have on linux, so my opinion is based on recordings of other people playing it. I hope it will be possible to run on linux.
The idea is interesting, but art usage could be better. You made it stretch weirdly, but you could use nine-patching for better look. Controls are not very good - you don’t have feeling that you control the player.
I had to edit main.py to be able to play the game.
What to do:
Add this line on the top of the file:
from pathlib import Path
and rename file "Hard.png" in Assets folder to "hard.png"
After all of this changes, the code should run.
Whenever I try to run source code, game crashes with error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/gemius/Downloads/Flyre/flyre.py", line 5, in <module>
File "/home/gemius/Downloads/Flyre/src/engine/app.py", line 57, in run
self.state = self.state.next_state
File "/home/gemius/Downloads/Flyre/src/engine/state_machine.py", line 274, in state
File "/home/gemius/Downloads/Flyre/src/engine/state_machine.py", line 92, in on_resume
pygame.mixer.music.load(MUSIC / self.BG_MUSIC)
pygame.error: Unrecognized audio format
Operating system: ubuntu
Thanks for the feedback. I am aware of that it isn't easy to find the twist. But few tips: there is nothing special in normal game and try to press random things or keys in the menu or in the tutorial.
You can use Godot if you like language syntax like in python, keep in mind that in Godot you can write in c# too.
If you really want to make games in python be sure to sure to choose for example pygame.